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Content Curation Through the SAMR Lens | ipads

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There are a variety of helpful tools to choose from to make content curation fun and useful.
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Content Curation Primer

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What is Content Curation?

Content curation is the process of sorting through the vast amounts of content on the web and presenting it in a meaningful and organized way around a specific theme.  The work  involves  sifting, sorting, arranging, and publishing information.  A content curator
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Spundge, una herramienta de curación de contenidos colaborativa - Biblogtecarios

Spundge, una herramienta de curación de contenidos colaborativa - Biblogtecarios | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it
herramienta de curación de contenidos colaborativa spundge (Spundge, una herramienta de curación de contenidos colaborativa http://t.co/GTnPpuAsjr post de @Inma_Herrero #BiblogTecarios)...
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Curación de contenidos

Curación de contenidos | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it
¡Utiliza este gráfico de forma gratuita en tu sitio! Puedes usar la infografía anterior en tu sitio, sin embargo, la licencia que te concedemos requiere el debido reconocimiento a nuestro trabajo. ...

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Content Curation en 10 pasos : Publiteca | Ebooks de publicidad ...

Content Curation en 10 pasos : Publiteca | Ebooks de publicidad ... | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it
Relevancia es la palabra clave cuando se habla de filtrar contenido, es lo que diferencia a un buen content curator de los que retuitean o seleccionan sin leer nada más que el titular. Es lo que hace que se tenga que invertir tiempo en separar ...
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El arte de la curación de contenidos

El arte de la curación de contenidos | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it
Ser un content curator es mas que repetir enlaces de interes. Requiere una vision holistica de nuestro tema de trabajo y tener en cuenta al lector. Exactamente igual que el periodismo.
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57+ Content Curation Tools Resource – Awesome for Marketers, Bloggers, Educators and Students

57+ Content Curation Tools Resource – Awesome for Marketers, Bloggers, Educators and Students | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it

After Google’s crack down of microsites and thin sites, building an authority site becomes very daunting to many affiliate marketers and small businesses.


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Digital Curation: Alternatives to Storify - ProfHacker - The Chronicle ...

Digital Curation: Alternatives to Storify - ProfHacker - The Chronicle ... | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it
This truth was brought home to me this semester in my teaching. About a month ago, students in my course on “Writing in Digital Environments” began experimenting with Storify, a social media curation tool we've covered ...
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Is Content Curation Just Organized Theft?

Is Content Curation Just Organized Theft? | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it

Under that provocative title, Justin P Lambert actually does a great favor to Curators by outlining a key point between plagiarism, social sharing and curation.

 

While blog plagiarism has been as old as blog platforms - Justin shares his own story - he defines the clear line that exists between:

1. blog users who copy/paste entire articles 

2. social media users who share randomly without having their "audience’s needs or desires in mind"

3. curators who - he says - "put their audience first"

 

Curation done right "involves figuring out what your audience wants and needs to know about and then sifting through the overwhelming amount of information out there to hand-pick specific items that you know they will benefit from." This is a pretty good definition of Curation in my opinion and one of its direct consequences is that Curation works better in a topic-centric model.

 

Defining a topic and making your editorial line clear is a great first step to develop an audience with their interests in mind.


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Gilbert Faure au nom de l'ASSIM's comment, August 31, 2012 2:52 PM
Title is provocative, cintent of the blog page less so.
Curation we did it science before internet, reading current contents for instance to keep abreast of published literature but it was impossible to access grey literature (reports, press releases; patents...) and not so easy to archive and find xerocopies.
Tools like scoop it should be a tremendous progress for specific audiences, if curators are doing the human job on a day to day basis. Theyr are more like dedicated journalists of special topics and those are not considered as thieves.
Guillaume Decugis's comment, August 31, 2012 2:54 PM
Thanks Gilbert for the comment. I of course agree (but I think Justin too: he actually defended the value curators bring and listed Scoop.it in the tools he loves :-). And you're right to point out Curation is an old habit which is just changing with technology and new platforms like ours. Thanks for the praise on Scoop.it!
Shaz J's comment, September 2, 2012 3:35 AM
I like the idea of the "set it and forget it" value of Scoop.it. But then that is definitely a dimension of the tool that one would have to consider - is that what you want from your curation? Does that match your audience?
I find this to be a very important point, especially for me personally. Thank you.
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Understanding Content Curation

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On her blog, Nancy White did a great job detailing the various levels at which Curation adds value. And how it differs from collecting.

 

A Learning & Innovation specialist, she also greatly outlines how curation and education are a great fit.


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ProfessorBill Santiago's curator insight, October 21, 2014 12:08 PM

 

What do I need to know in order to give good safe care to those who are sick?

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Curating Content with Digital Tools

Presentation to SLANZA Wellington members at a Saturday workshop on Saturday 15th September 2012 (Curating Content with Digital Tools by @motherofwinter #curation http://t.co/7vuII3fA9O via @SlideShare)...
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10 Excellent Social Bookmarking Tools for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

10 Excellent Social Bookmarking Tools for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it
10 excellents outils de #bookmarking social pour les enseignants http://t.co/Uode67Yj53 #éducation
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Curación de Contenidos: Fases, Por qué es impor...

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Curación de contenidos. #Infografía en español (Muy interesante #infografía sobre la Curación de Contenidos: Fases, Errores...
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Infografí­a: 13 Herramientas de Curación de Contenidos para #Bloggers

Infografí­a: 13 Herramientas de Curación de Contenidos para #Bloggers | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it

13 Herramientas de Curación de Contenidos para Bloggers


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7 herramientas e ideas para hacer content curation | Social Media ...

7 herramientas e ideas para hacer content curation | Social Media ... | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it

"¿Sientes que, gracias a Internet, dispones de toda la información que necesitas pero no sabes muy bien cómo seleccionar la que de verdad te interesa?..."

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A fondo: Scoop.it, un excelente servicio de curación de contenidos

A fondo: Scoop.it, un excelente servicio de curación de contenidos | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it
Revisión del funcionamiento y las principales características del servicio de curación de contenidos Scoop.it.
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5 Content Curation Tools To Help You Build Content | Spice Up Your Blog

5 Content Curation Tools To Help You Build Content | Spice Up Your Blog | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it
A huge collection of the best blog tips for Wordpress, Blogger and all blog platforms.Tips from creating your blog to writing tips, widgets, design, templates and themes, SEO, social media and more. (New !
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Qué es la curación de contenidos y por qué hace tan especial a Pinterest

Qué es la curación de contenidos y por qué hace tan especial a Pinterest | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it
La importancia de la curación de contenido y cómo Pinterest basa su funcionamiento en ella para tener éxito.
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Curation: What Lauren has Learned, and How You Can Too

Curation: What Lauren has Learned, and How You Can Too | Educación para el siglo XXI | Scoop.it

From the practice of curation, Lauren has learned "quite a bit" about finding and leveraging online tools, enabling her to extend her circle of web-based resources and connections. She also came to better understand how to share information effectively, as well as gauge the expectations and current interest in her topics on a broad scale.

 

Although her background isn't in media or marketing, Lauren has gained knowledge about both of these increasingly important topics which affect anyone with any type of online presence, regardless of one's field, background, or business. Lauren credits many of the excellent curators she follows on Scoop.it, along with the practice of curation itself, for this newfound knowledge.

 

That said, Lauren's advice for anyone hesitant to jump into curation is to try it out and curate a topic that is of genuine interest to you that relates to your particular area of expertise. If you have a passion for a subject, she says, it will be reflected in the responses and followers you receive. If you're looking to learn more about a subject you are less familiar with, Lauren recommends following some of the curators who are experts in the field and learn how they operate.

 

Here are a few tips from Lauren Moss for those starting out on Scoop.it:

* Follow like-minded people and see what they follow or rescoop; I've discovered several great topics as a result of visiting posts that have been rescooped by curators I already follow.
* This may seem obvious, but make sure to read the complete article you are scooping, and if necessary, fact-check to ensure that you are sharing correct and timely information.
* Create summaries that accurately reflect the main points of any given article, video, or link- consider adding why you are posting it, or insert an excerpt of the text for more specifics.
* Use photos that also reflect the main points of the post and add topic-specific keywords so your scoop can be found.
* Suggest relevant links to the topics you follow if you come across them- I always appreciate a good suggestion, and because someone took the time to share something of value with me, I will take a look at that individual's profile and potentially follow his or her topic(s).
* Use the Scoop.it bookmarklet to scoop articles from other online sources- it's a great tool that's very easy to use.

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Philippe Trebaul's curator insight, March 1, 2013 3:26 AM
Curation: What Lauren has Learned, and How You Can Too !

"From the practice of curation, Lauren has learned "quite a bit" about finding and leveraging online tools, enabling her to extend her circle of web-based resources and connections. She also came to better understand how to share information effectively, as well as gauge the expectations and current interest in her topics on a broad scale.


Although her background isn't in media or marketing, Lauren has gained knowledge about both of these increasingly important topics which affect anyone with any type of online presence, regardless of one's field, background, or business. Lauren credits many of the excellent curators she follows on Scoop.it, along with the practice of curation itself, for this newfound knowledge.


That said, Lauren's advice for anyone hesitant to jump into curation is to try it out and curate a topic that is of genuine interest to you that relates to your particular area of expertise. If you have a passion for a subject, she says, it will be reflected in the responses and followers you receive. If you're looking to learn more about a subject you are less familiar with, Lauren recommends following some of the curators who are experts in the field and learn how they operate.


Here are a few tips from Lauren Moss for those starting out on Scoop.it:

* Follow like-minded people and see what they follow or rescoop; I've discovered several great topics as a result of visiting posts that have been rescooped by curators I already follow.
* This may seem obvious, but make sure to read the complete article you are scooping, and if necessary, fact-check to ensure that you are sharing correct and timely information.
* Create summaries that accurately reflect the main points of any given article, video, or link- consider adding why you are posting it, or insert an excerpt of the text for more specifics.
* Use photos that also reflect the main points of the post and add topic-specific keywords so your scoop can be found.
* Suggest relevant links to the topics you follow if you come across them- I always appreciate a good suggestion, and because someone took the time to share something of value with me, I will take a look at that individual's profile and potentially follow his or her topic(s).
* Use the Scoop.it bookmarklet to scoop articles from other online sources- it's a great tool that's very easy to use".


Curation: What Lauren has Learned, and How You Can Too via @allygreer http://sco.lt/...


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